Police still probing Hardin County woman's disappearance 8 years later

VINE GROVE, Ky. (WKYT) - Police in central Kentucky are hoping to provide answers to the family and friends of a woman who vanished eight years ago after leaving her home to go to the bank.

Vine Grove Police Chief Kenneth Mattingly says investigators are pouring over the file on Vicky Delaurier, who was last seen by a neighbor the night of December 17, 2005.

Police found Delaurier's car the next day near South Boundary Road, but could find no sign of her. Mattingly says Delaurier was going to make a $3,000 bank deposit for her employer, Save-A-Lot, but the money never made it into the bank.

Mattingly says investigators are looking for anything that can be done to find Delaurier, given the changes in DNA technology and other forms of evidence examination.

"It's been 8 years since she's gone missing, there's been changes in DNA, changes in fiber evidence, and collecting so I just want to go back and revisit and make sure that everything that can be done is done," says Mattingly.

Police say there is not enough evidence to determine if Vicky Delaurier is alive or dead. They say her mother and son, now living in West Virginia, are desperate for answers. Anyone with information can call Vine Grove Police at 270-877-2262.


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